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Old 06-04-2011, 08:00 AM   #1
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Wolf Pack alignment issues

Well, after wearing out the rear tires I looked into the alignment and the rear axle is out 1/8-1/4" making the trailer dog track to the right. I"m going to replace all the spring bushings and take another measurement. What bushings would you recommend? After that I have to figure out how to adjust that axle back. Its just the one so maybe I can bend the hanger or slot the hole? Any ideas or past experience would be great. Thanks!

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True, for the amount of miles we travel I think six years out of tires is good even if they aren't worn out. Some of the wear might be from sway.
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